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The Mardy Inn

Old photographs of Gorseinon are displayed on the walls of this pub.

117 High Street, Gorseinon, Swansea, SA4 4BR

The former Mardy Hotel has been a local landmark for more than a century, built in 1900–1 for the fast-developing town. In 1903, the Mardy Family and Commercial Hotel was advertised as ‘the only free house in Gorseinon’ with ‘wines and spirits of the finest quality’. There was also ‘good stabling’ at the hotel, located ‘a few minutes’ walk from the station’ (demolished in the 1960s).

A photograph of Grovesend Works Cricket Club, Gorseinon, 1956.

A photograph of Gorseinon Home Guard, 1940s.

Old photographs of Gorseinon.

Clockwise from left: Loughor terrace beach, river and bridge, county school, Gowerton. 

A photograph of Bryngwyn Sheet Mills RFC, Gorseinon, 1921-22.



A photograph of Star Supplies, High Street, Gorseinon, 1929.



A photograph of High Street, Gorseinon, 1900–10.



A photograph of the West End Square, Gorseinon, 1930s.



A photograph of Grovesend steel workers, Gorseinon, 1930.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

If you have information on the history of this pub, then we’d like you to share it with us. Please e-mail all information to: pubhistories@jdwetherspoon.co.uk